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'''Dr. Jorge Bocobo''' (1886-1965) was a renowned Philippine scholar, lawyer, journalist, leader, and educator. He was the fifth president of the [[University of the Philippines]] from 1934-1939.  Known to be moralist and disciplinarian, he was influential in the development of education in the Philippines.
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'''Artemio Ricarte''' was a native of [[Batac]], [[Ilocos Norte]]. He was a teacher and a revolutionary general. He was the son of Faustino Ricarte and Bonifacia Garcia. His finished his early education at his hometown. He later studied at the [[Colegio de San Juan de Letran]] where he earned a degree on arts. He also studied at the [[University of Santo Tomas]] and [[Normal School]] to prepare for a teaching profession. After earning a diploma, he taught at San Francisco de Malabon now known as [[General Trias]], [[Cavite]].  
  
  
<div style="float: right; margin-top: -1.5em; text-align: 85%;"><small>'''Previous Pinoy of the Day: Carlos V. Ronquillo'''</small></div>
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<div style="float: right; margin-top: -1.5em; text-align: 85%;"><small>'''[[Jorge Bocobo|Previous Pinoy of the Day: Jorge Bocobo]]'''</small></div>

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Artemio Ricarte was a native of Batac, Ilocos Norte. He was a teacher and a revolutionary general. He was the son of Faustino Ricarte and Bonifacia Garcia. His finished his early education at his hometown. He later studied at the Colegio de San Juan de Letran where he earned a degree on arts. He also studied at the University of Santo Tomas and Normal School to prepare for a teaching profession. After earning a diploma, he taught at San Francisco de Malabon now known as General Trias, Cavite.